When Samsung launched its Galaxy S10 family of smartphones in late February, it introduced no less than four variants (Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10 5G). All four models vary in screen sizes, features and most importantly, price.
With the release of the Galaxy Note 10, it appears that Samsung wants to introduce two distinct versions to give customers more choice. According to a fresh report from South Korean publication ETNews, the Galaxy Note 10 will be available in both 6.28-inch and 6.75-inch display sizes. The smaller variant would slot in between the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ in size, while the larger variant’s display would outsize even the Galaxy S10 5G – if only slightly.
The two Galaxy Note 10 models would then be further classified by the wireless radios that are included within. Both screen sizes will reportedly be available with traditional 4G LTE or 5G wireless radios. Further complicating matters will varying RAM and internal storage configurations depending on how much money you’re willing to spend.
Previous rumors have suggested that the smartphones will feature a buttonless design (favoring instead touch sensitive controls) along with punch hole displays (as found on the Galaxy S10 family). It’s also possible that at least one version of the phone (likely the 5G model) will have four cameras on the back including a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor.
Based on past Galaxy Note launches, we should expect to see an official announcement from Samsung in August, although images/specs leaks of the devices should arrive well before that date.